Maura Corrigan


Many are aware of the inherent power that a constitution holds. Whether it be the timeless federal document signed in 1787, or a state constitution adopted decades later, a “constitution” in the United States comes with an authoritative voice that instructs the very principles and values the government has long established. Constitutions, by nature, stand the test of time; they create guidelines, structure, and, above all, a sense of justice that lies in the backdrop of every legal argument presented and every court decision rendered.

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